Examples of emotion in a Sentence
a display of raw emotion
The defendant showed no emotion when the verdict was read.
She was overcome with emotion at the news of her friend's death.
Recent Examples of emotion from the Web
And those effects converge with the deficits in attention, cognition and emotion regulation that other researchers have already noted in youth exposed to community violence.
Rodriguez is spellbinding as Marisa, mixing humor and emotion as her internal psyche and external circumstances begin to unravel.
Carley described the range of emotions going through her.
The power of this image is emotion and reaction to the dolphins trapped in a harbor made crimson red with their own blood.
Her extravagant vocal flourishes connect with sweeping emotion.
This concept evolved from ancient observations that emotions can cause physical changes.
The film is about these people who are going through very extreme emotions.
Zone Out's script, just like Sunspring's, teeters on the edge of inanity and emotion—which, honestly, puts it right up there with the best of the sci-fi canon.
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Synonym Discussion of emotion
- the feelings that once moved me are gone
- the drama portrays the emotions of adolescence
- a memoir of childhood filled with affection for her family
- her feminist sentiments are well known
- revenge became his ruling passion
EMOTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of emotion for English Language Learners
: a strong feeling (such as love, anger, joy, hate, or fear)
EMOTION Defined for Kids
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